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How A SeeAll Works
SeeAll Sights can be labeled as the 21st Century Open Sight. Traditional iron sights require the user to look at two points, and then the target. SeeAll Sights take those two points, and make them appear as one. This point is also in focus with your down field target keeping everything clear for you.
Having a parallax free design SeeAll Sights have no inaccuracies within the sight. Parallax free makes head position, or hand position no longer critical. If you can see the sight picture then everything is lined up.
Optimum lighting is achieved using a full body edge glow material, and tritium is also offered to keep your sight lit after dark.
Pin Point Accuracy, Using the point of a Delta, or intersection of a Crosshair tight groups become easy. Traditional iron sight, and red dots are commonly sighted in to be covering the area you want to hit. This grows as the distance increases. SeeAll Sights will always have a pin point to aim off of no matter the distance!
What Makes Us Different
SeeAll Sights make shooting open sights, easier, brighter, stronger, and more accurate. Taking the place of iron sights, red dots, or similar short range sights. SeeAll Sights have no batteries, or electronics, and in place we offer a tritium lit option. The use of the tritium directly behind the reticle is a patented design that only we do. Using a SeeAll you can keep both eyes open allowing a wide field of view, and perfect clarity of the sight and target. Our durable CNC machined aluminum body is manufactured in Idaho, and is designed to handle drops, bumps, and recoil! SeeAll Sights can be used on any application that has a rail, or a Trijicon RMR optics plate. No waisted time lining anything up, or turning anything on, simply pull up, and put the delta point on what you want to hit. If its on the target then it has lined up everything for you! head position, and gun position in reference to the user isn't critical.
What is Tritium?
Tritium is offered in SeeAll Sights as an alternative to batteries, and electronics. Tritium is most often produced in nuclear reactors. The production of tritium from lithium-6 is done using breeder ceramics. Combining the two in a glass vial they react, and the result is a glowing affect. No light, or other outside source is needed to charge the light. Tritium will glow on average 20 years. Tritium will not harm you do to the radiation not being able to penetrate the vial its capsulated in. Tritium is used in lights for watches, gun sights, numerous instruments and tools, and even novelty items such as self-illuminating key chains.
Great sight, it works best with both eyes open, trust and shoot !
Sighting it in was really easy. Very fast target acquisition once you get used to it. Very clear in broad daylight. Never ever have to worry about replacing the battery. Really worth the price. Great alternative to Iron Sights.
I am a huge fan of these sights and have already bought one for my shotgun. Could the Handgun sight work with a VP9?
takes a while to get used to, but once you do, works ok
Mk1 Micro SeeAll Open Sight
The MK3 sight fit perfectly on the mounting plate and the pistol. Have not had the opportunity to fire it yet. However I do like the fit and apparent durability af the MK3 sight. I definitely recommend the SeeAll sights.
I purchased two Mk3 Pistol Sight Plate System Delta style sights (tritium). I originally purchased one, however my wife found it very easy to use when sighting for my Witness Compact. So order a second one for her 1911. Enjoying them, just point the tip
of the Delta where you want your firearm to put the bullet; and squeeze : )
Received site quickly, have to order site mount
Light weight, low profile sight. I own several of them. I've seen many negative comments on SeeAll sight ads. Such as " Looks cheap" or " Don't waste your money on this. Just buy a red dot". But people that say stuff like that are missing the point of the SeeAll sight. The advantages of running a SeeAll are as follows. Light weight, low sight over bore, no parallax, no batteries. In a close encounter you have quick sight alignment yet you can still acquire targets out to 150 yards and hit them. Even in low light conditions. I run SeeAll sights on two of AR pistols I also run one on my PS 90. The sight works great at close to moderate ranges with a " open sight picture".
I started with the original but added the mk2 for the tritium lit option. My mk2 now lives on my bear rifle, it is the only sight I trust. It is low profile and rugged. Actualy it sits lower than the rmr I was comparing it to. A sight needs to be a help and this is a big help for me. I have found that with this sight my rifle is as easy to cary as with only irons but a good bit easier to hit with. I did shoot for groups initially but have only been shooting steel plates at unknown distances lately, it's my bear and pig gun and keeping it on 8" plates out to 200 yards is what I am trying for. No batteries, low profile, ability to sight it in, ruggedness, and illuminated should make allot of people happy.
Mounted the MK1 on a pistol and headed to the range. Took a little tweaking to get it where I wanted it and a few mags to overcome my sighting issues but I am sold on it and want to switch other guns over. It is so simple to use.
I haven't had a chance to shoot with it yet but it arrived in good time and was as expected. Mounted easy enough and coming to the shoulder and dry firing all as expected.
Love it! I received my first order put it on my Walther ppq so sweet. I had to order two more for my rifles and I know for sure I'll be getting more.
Totally recommend trying one out!
This is my second purchase from SeeAll. I have the open sight on two of my rifles and I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a durable and affordable to traditional iron sights or scopes.
Best pistol sight I've ever owned!